Steve Kimock Band Live at Hopmonk Tavern on 2018-05-04
- Steve Kimock Band
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|Point Of No Return|
|Help > Slip > Elizabeth Reed > Drums > Slip|
|Tongue & Groove|
|It Must Have Been The Roses|
|Long Form Part IV|
|5 B4 Funk|
|Words - Jay Lane|
|One For Brother Mike|
|Little Wing > Terrapin Station|
Steve Kimock - Guitars, Lap Steel
Jeff Chimenti - Keys, Hammond B-3, Vocals
Robin Sylvester - Bass, Vocals
Jay Lane – Drums, Vocals Track 06
Rob Sudduth - Sax
Miles Kimock - Guitar
Set 2 starts at Track 06
Mics at Soundboard Corner, RIGHT side of room, facing stage.
Disc 1 = Tracks 01 - 05
Disc 2 = Tracks 06 - 08
Disc 3 = Tracks 09 - 13
Recording at 24/96; re-sampled to 16/44.1 for Archive Upload and CDs.
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- Hopmonk Tavern
Subject: Night 2, jazzy and instrumental
Jeff was his usual monster self both nights. Robin's bass was very jazzy as he and Jay were visibly enjoying locking in with each other. The awesome surprise of the first set was the Help>Slip>IMOER>Slip. Frankly, I'm weary of Franklin's. So the ABB selection worked incredibly well. Jeff's B3 work surely made Gregg smile from the beyond. Miles Kimock sat in on that tune. Closing the set, Steve and the whole band were pumped. When the X Factor is happening, everyone knows it.
The crowd was generally respectful during the tender moments. Gotta love a home crowd who knows the repertoire. Steve and Jeff were clearly digging improvising off of each other. Steve would go deep and take some jams completely apart, slowly rebuild, and bring it back home in the end. Intrepid exploration. And not always on his iconic Explorer. The first Cripe (which he got for Further tour), Supro, Strat and steel guitars all made appearances.
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